1994 Hawai'i Conservation Conference
July 14-15, 1994 • Honolulu, HI
The 1994 keynote address on Pararestoration was given by John J. Ewel, Director of the Institute of Pacific Islands Forestry, U.S. Forestry Service. The first day of the conference featured a symposium on restoration. Traditional Hawaiian perspectives were incorporated in the conference; the restoration symposium included a “kama‘aina” perspective and a panel featured three Hawaii speakers who discussed the traditional Hawaiian uses of the forests and other parts of the natural environment. Also as part of the conference, a number of organizations were invited to give a brief update on new initiatives.